/// Plainview SC - Bring the hammer down on bareground weeds
Built to do more
Plainview SC is built to do it all. It provides built-in Herbicide Resistance Management with three modes-of-action for broadleaf weeds and grasses. The addition of glyphosate provides four MOAs.
Herbicide resistance – what to look for
// Failure to control weeds normally controlled with same herbicide and rate.
// Adjacent weeds are controlled. // A spreading patch of a particular species.
// Surviving plants mixed with controlled plants of the same or different species.
Strike back with less
Perennial Grass Control
Application and use
// Plainview SC is a suspension concentrate formulation consisting of a pre-mix formulation of indaziflam, aminocyclopyrachlor and imazapyr
// Plainview SC provides flexible application timing, including fall and winter applications // For best control of perennial grasses, apply prior to dormancy or include glyphosate tank-mix partner
// Application methods include backpack, hand gun and broadcast boom // Rate range is 32 to 64 oz./A with an average rate of 48 oz./A. (Rate depends on weed spectrum and pressure, climate, and historical herbicide use on the site.)
Plainview SC is the right tool for the job
Key grasses and broadleaf weeds controlled:
Ryegrass, bromegrass, crabgrass, foxtail, goosegrass, cheatgrass, barnyardgrass, Johnsongrass1, sprangletop, annual sedges
Field bindweed, knapweed, kochia, horseweed/marestail, pigweed, leafy spurge, thistles
1 Plainview SC controls Johnsongrass from seed or when young.
Please see the product label for a full list of grasses and weeds controlled.